[IMAGE of] Yi-Jen Chiang

Associate Professor of Computer Science


How to Reach Me

chiang@nyu.edu

Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering
School of Engineering
New York University
2 MetroTech Center, 10th Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11201
USA

+1 (718) 260-3395 (office)
+1 (718) 260-3609 (fax)

Research Interests

Computer Graphics and Visualization: out-of-core graphics and scientific visualization, isosurface extraction, surface simplification and view-dependent rendering, volume simplification, graphics compression, volume rendering, computational topology and topology-driven visualization.

Computer Algorithms: out-of-core algorithms, computational geometry, graph algorithms, approximation algorithms, data structures, computational topology.


Teaching

CS6533: Interactive Computer Graphics (every semester from Fall 1998 to Fall 2011, and every spring semester since Spring 2012; latest: Spring 2014)

CS6043: Design and Analysis of Algorithms II (every spring semester from Spring 2000 to Spring 2007, and every semester since Spring 2008; latest: Spring 2014)

CS6005, CS6010, CS6015, CS6020, CS6025: Guided Studies in Computer Science: Graduate Projects (Fall 2007)

CS394: Special Topics in Computer Science: Senior Projects (Fall 2004, Fall 2005, and Fall 2006)

CS903: Special Topics: Computational Geometry (Spring 1999)


Recent Program Committee Member


Tutorial Courses


Datasets


Papers

Computer Graphics and Visualization

Computer Algorithms

Ph.D. Thesis: ``Dynamic and I/O-Efficient Algorithms for Computational Geometry and Graph Problems: Theoretical and Experimental Results'' (separate web page)



Last update: 7/17/2014